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May 6, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Walason’s milk project wins at Pa. science fair

Chestnut Ridge Seventh Grader Macy Walason took home first place at this year’s Central... More...

Top of th' Morning

Bedford Township Municipal Authority will be flushing the water distribution system along business... More...

Special Sections

Local

NBC students compete in science fair

Three Northern Bedford Elementary School students competed at the 2014 Central Pennsylvania... More...

Scouts deliver food

Scouts Eric Flaaen, left, and Will Prescott of Bedford Troop 4481 assisted in delivering boxes of... More...

Fugitive of the week

Tiffany Dawn Glass, also known as Tiffany Dawn Ritchey, 37, failed to appear for jury selection and... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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Squeezed in America

A new analysis that shows the U.S. middle class is no longer the world’s richest should alarm... More...

Response: Clout for whom?

Bud Shuster’s support of his son Bill, as expressed in a recent Op-Ed, is admirable. However,... More...

State/National Sports

Crosby finally scores, Pens win 2-0

NEW YORK (AP) — Sidney Crosby scored his first goal of these playoffs, and Marc-Andre Fleury... More...

Phillies lose to Jays

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Kyle Kendrick may have to pitch a shutout to snap this losing streak.... More...

MLB Standings

National League East Division... More...

Hyndman seeks bids for levee certification

HYNDMAN — Hyndman Borough council will advertise for proposals for work to certify the... More...

Everett man killed in construction accident Monday

An Everett man was killed Monday afternoon while working on an sewer project in Ursina Borough.... More...

Traffic deaths a side effect to the fracking boom

CLARKSBURG,... More...

Obituaries

Caryl E. Baraniak - 2014-08-23
Gloria J. Sturtz - 2014-08-23
Larry Milton Corbin - 2014-08-23
C. Robert Daugherty - 2014-08-23
Floyd Dale Murphy - 2014-08-22
Robert E. Belles - 2014-08-21
Linda Susan Wolfe - 2014-08-21
James R. Wallace - 2014-08-21
Cletis Ray Elliott - 2014-08-20
James L. Tenley - 2014-08-20
Rev. F. Louis Barth - 2014-08-19
James W. Sinclair - 2014-08-19
F. LaRue Martz - 2014-08-19
Herbert D. Hall - 2014-08-18
Connie R. Penrod - 2014-08-18
Karen D. Price - 2014-08-18
Maxine V. Frazier - 2014-08-15
Helena G. Bollman - 2014-08-14
Romaine W. Hrivnak - 2014-08-14
Chalmer L. Sell - 2014-08-14
Elizabeth A. Babcock - 2014-08-13
Mary Round Pavlov - 2014-08-13
Elizabeth A. Babcock - 2014-08-12
Fred E. Steele - 2014-08-11
Max D. Valentine - 2014-08-11
C. Allen Bowen - 2014-08-09
Betty L. Kegg - 2014-08-09
C. Allen Bowen - 2014-08-08
Ellis J. Sollenberger - 2014-08-08
Judy A. Weist - 2014-08-08
Eleanor M. England - 2014-08-07
Russell Lynn Nicodemus - 2014-08-06

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State/National

Students get clear backpacks in wake of attack

MURRYSVILLE, Pa. (AP) — A western Pennsylvania school was handing out clear plastic backpacks... More...

Pipeline backers, opponents jockey ahead of vote

WASHINGTON (AP) — Supporters and opponents of the long-delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline... More...

Supreme Court: Prayers to open meetings don’t violate Constitution

WASHINGTON (AP) — A narrowly divided Supreme Court upheld decidedly Christian prayers at the... More...

World

UN: Spread of polio now a world health emergency

LONDON (AP) — For the first time ever, the World Health Organization on Monday declared the... More...

Local Sports

Tussey Mountain duo wins D5 Doubles

Sometimes when the game starts to slip away from your fingertips, it is always a good thing to have... More...

Over, Sherlock help Panthers to ICC crown

BELLWOOD — Coming off a strong performance at the West Central Coaches Meet, the county teams... More...

Claysburg girls pick up two W’s against MU

CLAYSBURG — It’s a busy week for the Claysburg softball team, and if the Lady Bulldogs... More...

Vital Statistics

Blessed events

Kevin and Amy (Kick) Tanger of Saxton welcomed a son to their family on April 21. Kaden James... More...